Grants were awarded to: "Intelligent beehives" or the development of algorithms for precision beekeeping and students from the UbiCOMP student science club engaged in human-computer interaction and ubiquitous computing research).
Stefan Cichosz of the Faculty of Chemistry, TUL, a laureate of the MNiSW scheme the Best of the Best 4.0.
Mgr inż. Stefan Cichosz, who works on strengthening plastics with organic and biodegradable cellulose fibers to make plastics 'greener', also won the grant. The young researcher will use the grant to prepare his application for a START scholarship awarded by the Foundation for Polish Science and Professor Barbara Skarga Scholarship.
Among the this year's winning applications are also those that have already been recognized in the previous editions of the competition: a solar-powered car - a vehicle that runs hundreds of miles on a drop of fuel, a vehicle powered by a chemical energy source, land-based and flying robots for cooperative inspection, intervention and human support tasks, and last but not least, microturbine design.